Part art exhibition, part social experiment, Blind Date showcases the cross-disciplinary collaborations between 28 visual, performance and literary artists, all culled from an open call and divided into 14 “couples.” In hopes of creating the most dynamic duos, curators Jared Dyer and Dorothy Dubrule selected and matched the artists using their submitted work sample, artist statement and responses to a Love Connection-style questionnaire. You know, corny questions like, What would you do on an ideal day off? and What do you consider the most important quality in a partner?

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